[Bug 62200] can't eject media after using nautilus-open-terminal

LGB [Gábor Lénárt] spam at lgb.hu
Wed Jan 10 14:31:15 UTC 2007

Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: nautilus

After plugging a Nokia phone to the USB port, I can read/write memory
card of it without any problem (it worked on Dapper too of course).
However, if I try to "eject" it, I got an error dialog that cannot be
unmounted. Also from terminal:

lgb at oxygene:~$ fuser -vm /media/Memory\ card/
                     USER        PID ACCESS COMMAND
/media/Memory card/: lgb        8955 ..c.. nautilus

If i kill nautilus (killall nautilus) it allows to eject then. This is
up-to-date edgy on AMD64.

nautilus        2.16.0-0ubuntu3
hotplug 0.0.20040329-22ubuntu13
udev    093-0ubuntu15
mount   2.12r-11ubuntu1
pmount  0.9.13-1build1

Some days ago the behaviour was that nautilus window showing content of
mounted device will chdir into a directory not on the device. Now, it
does not work, and even if I close all of open nautilus windows device
is still busy and cannot be unmounted. I have no other USB device to
test the problem, though.

** Affects: nautilus (upstream)
     Importance: Unknown
         Status: Rejected
** Affects: nautilus-open-terminal (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Low
     Assignee: MOTU
         Status: Fix Committed

can't eject media after using nautilus-open-terminal

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